A: How much do you like football?
B: I like it some.
I know "I like it some" would not be correct nor idiomatic, however in my native language we have a very practical way of saying it this way (literally), if you like something not very much nor very little.
I thought of other ways of saying it such as "I like it to some degree" but this sounds too wordy.
Same is true when it comes to saying the degree of feeling ill. For istance:
A: Are you ill?
B: I feel ill some.
It is incorrect, I know that, but that is exactly the degree I want to say. Not too ill, nor very well.
So, I wanted to ask: Is there a practical way of saying the level of liking something or feeling in a particular way which is to the degree of "some" without being too wordy?